Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing Training: Project Management
Project management is especially critical for a data warehouse project. Without good management, projects are prone to being short on required resources. They are late, over budget, low quality and, most importantly, they don't meet expectations.
The data warehouse project manager must embrace new tasks and deliverables, develop a different working relationship with the users, and work in an environment that is far less defined than with traditional operational systems.
The project management course helps managers develop the skills they need to usher their projects through all phases of planning and implementation. It provides a solid basis on: test data, metadata planning, data stewardship, governance, backup planning, ROI measurement, documentation, support preparation, user training, communications planning, and other elements of a successful data warehouse.
Who Should Attend?
This course is for business and technical managers who may be planning or managing a business intelligence application or data warehouse project, but is also suitable for anyone who wants to understand what is involved in managing either a business intelligence or data warehouse project.
What You Will Learn
How to identify business and technical drivers for the project
How to gather and prioritize business and technical requirements
How to scope out current and future project phases
The organizational and cultural issues, including staffing, roles, and responsibilities
How to manage user expectations for function, schedules, performance, and availability
How to identify critical success factors and mitigate risk
Data warehouse methodology, project planning, and project control
Duration: 1 Day
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